SET 1: The Moma Dance > Tube, Theme From the Bottom > Free, Army of One, Halley's Comet > Everything's Right -> Cities > Walls of the Cave
SET 2: Ghost > No Men In No Man's Land > Piper > Twenty Years Later > Show of Life > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Character Zero
ENCORE: Harry Hood
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Review by TwiceBitten
The return of first set jamming has been a major event in 2018 (and 2017 to a lesser extent). The first night of Fall Tour was no slouch in this department with lengthy type II versions of Tube and Everything's Right (not to mention the Mike and Trey duel in Free). The second set was all butter to me. The opening trio was concluded well with a surprise drop into Piper. Sometimes 20 Years Later puts a damper on setlist flow (to some fans at least), but this version is NOT TO BE MISSED. Far and away the most interesting performance of the song and the highlight of the night. This one had echoes of the Worcester 97 Wolfman's Pentagram Jam. Super heavy shit. Rest of show was delivered with conviction.
I thought this was the best tour opener since 6/7/12 Worcester.
It's gonna be a great tour folks!